Posted March 20, 2012 on
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Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk passed his physical and signed a three-year deal with the team on Monday, according to the team’s official twitter feed. Birk, 35, has not missed a start since joining the Ravens prior to the start of the 2009 season, playing in 48 consecutive regular season games and seven postseason games. [...]
If Ray Lewis had a son who was a halfway decent football prospect, you had better believe that kid was going to choose the University of Miami for college or face being disowned. That’s why it was no surprise to hear that Ray Lewis III, the son of the Ravens All-Pro linebacker, had committed to Miami.
Lewis is a running back and safety from Lake Mary Prep in Florida. He rushed...
The Baltimore Ravens met a dramatic demise in the AFC title game to cap a season that bred high expectations. One dropped pass away from a Super Bowl birth, the Ravens ended their crusade at the hands of the New England Patriots. After sweeping the AFC North and securing the second seed in the AFC, Baltimore placed themselves in the “what if's” of playoff...
The formula never deviates. So the Ravens took a shot at landing suddenly blossoming left guard Evan Mathis to replace Ben Grubbs...but Mathis decided to stay with Philly for 5 years at $25 million and $7 milz guaranteed...No biggie...It may have been the right player, but it was definitely not the right price for the Ravens.So now, back to the drawing board...plenty of time... Mathis...
Although the 2012 schedule won’t be released until April, we do know the Baltimore Ravens’ opponents for the upcoming season. And at some point, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos will invade M&T Bank Stadium. Manning, who signed a five-year, $96 million deal with the Broncos on Monday, following his release from the Indianapolis Colts, [...]
The Baltimore Ravens had free agent defensive end, Mark Anderson, in for a visit on Tuesday, according to Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun. Anderson, 28, had 12.5 sacks for the New England Patriots in 2011, spanning both the regular season and postseason as a situational pass rusher and he’s currently the best pass rusher [...]
The Ravens need help with their pass rush after losing Cory Redding to the Colts. They’ve apparently begun trying to replace him.
According to multiple reports, the Ravens hosted Mark Anderson, the ex-New England Patriots pass rusher.
Anderson had 12.5 sacks during the entire 2011-12 season.